Is the traffic in Vietnam dangerous?

Jon Tigit

  • In cities it is chaotic but people drive unbelievably slowly. Even in a crash you will probably be OK!
  • The countryside remains slow, but has less people.
  • To avoid crashes drive at the locals pace, they drive slowly (but badly).
  • Tigit Motorbikes HCM and Danang are away from the chaos of the city center and have convenient test drive and practice areas.
  • For more information on crashes please read our Damage Waiver.

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  1. Arturbey says:

    Driving in Vietnam was one of the most powerful experiences I did. It’s great, and what seems to be chaotic it’s not. They are rules indeed, and they work perfect. 1) stop or go, don’t hesitate. 2) don’t care what’s going on behind you or at your side. Focus on whats going on ahead of you and avoid hitting anyone. 3) drive slowly 4) be demonstrative 5) be kind and don’t worry about anything!

    • Mint says:

      Nice experience ever :)) I like your rules.
      I experienced in driving in Vietnam for years and I had to look at every direction whenever I go across the street, especially in Ho Chi Minh at rush hours.